TSA airport seizures create new market Surplus store offers up stuff that just won’t fly ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe Plastic tubs filled with items confiscated from New England’s major airports are resold to the public in New Hampshire. Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe The New Hampshire State Surplus Store in Concord has become a hub of this secondhand market. Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe Tom Zekos of Newbury, N.H., searched tubs of confiscated pocket knives for sale at the surplus property store. Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe TSA collects so many miniature multitools and Swiss Army knives that each model has its own bin at the surplus store, where they sell for $2. Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe There is an entire subculture of resellers who wait in line for hours before the surplus store opens to pounce on the newest inventory. Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe The store is open Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Cheryl Senter for the Boston Globe Snow globes were outlawed along with many liquids and gels in 2007 after an apparent terrorist plot to use liquid explosives on planes.